How We Got Started
HWY 183 leads to the Antique Capital of Nebraska, Sargent where the number of antique stores continues to grow. John and Cindee Haddix, owners of Abbott Antiques & Earthjunk created 183FLEA to thank all Nebraskans that support little towns by shopping small and locally. At 183Flea Antique dealers had free rent with John and Cindee Haddix the first 2 years. A Mother Daughter team, Sabrina and Carol won our free forever rent. All folks, dealers plus the ordinary Joes and average Janes now have a cheap rent of 50 dollars in a spot as big as they need. You may never make the news but you do make America Great! Cheap rent is our thank you!
Preserve our heritage by offering a wide selection of inventory from the past.
Offer our vendors lots of customers in the area by having the event the same time as the Comstock Windmill Country Festival & Junk Jaunt.
Thank past and present customers for their support by providing them an opportunity to earn cash
Meet new friends and fellow Nebraskans by inviting them to sell at 183FLEA
Have fun interacting with new and old friends
Create area events for central Nebraskans
Increase public awareness about the large number of Antique Stores in Sargent.
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Sargent – Antique Capital of Nebraska!
HWY183 is the end of the Antique Trail! Sargent is home to many Antique, Collectibles, Furniture, Decor and More Stores. Abbott Antiques, April’s Nook, Blind Pig, Copper Bison, Earthjunk, Forget Me Not, Gone Rockers, Little Red Hen Rehaberdashery, Livery Stable, Mdears Dime Store, Ruff & Ready, Smore’s, Thompson’s Treasures, & Trucklode Collectibles and Furniture.